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Attitudes To Regional Programmes
11 February 2005
New research by MORI on behalf of Ofcom indicates that viewers in Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland appreciate dedicated programming, and would like to continue provision for their nation on terrestrial TV. These audiences are also interested in programming which shows the rest of the UK their culture.
BBC Poll - Topline Findings
24 May 2000
Voting Intentions and the general public's views on the BBC. The poll measures satisfaction with the BBC and what they would change about it.
BE:ASIA - The Media Survey of Asia's Business Elite 2009
15 October 2009
Ipsos MediaCT's BE:ASIA 2009 - The Media Survey of Asia’s Business Elite, is the only survey that measures the media consumption, business and personal profile of Asia’s most influential business executives.
British Business People as affluent as ever despite credit crunch
3 September 2008
More British business people are earning six figure salaries despite the credit crunch and fears of a recession. The Ipsos MORI British Business Survey (BBS) found that 14% of the business people surveyed now earn more than £100,000, an increase from 9% in 2005.
Careers In Print Media: What People From Ethnic Minorities Think
4 May 2006
Ipsos MORI conducted research on behalf of the CRE (Commission for Racial Equality) looking at perceptions of ethnic minorities regarding careers in print media. The report is based on data from a wider study of public awareness of the CRE conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the CRE. A nationally representative survey of 511 British adults, aged 16+, was conducted between March and April 2005.
Communication services and people with learning difficulties
18 December 2008
Ipsos MORI was commissioned by Ofcom to look at how people with learning disabilities use communications services (television, landline telephone, mobile phone, and the internet). The project looked at ownership, and choice of suppliers.
Daily Mail Poll on Swearing on Television
12 June 2010
79% of Britons now think that there is more swearing on television than there was 10 years ago, while only 3% believe there is less and 13% think that the level is about the same, according to an Ipsos MORI poll for the Daily Mail.
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